Vincent F Murray

April 6, 1965January 31, 2021

It is with great sadness that the family of Vincent Murray announces his sudden passing on Sunday, January 31st, 2021. Vincent will be lovingly remembered by his wife Brenda, daughter Kaitlyn, mother Kathleen Murray, and his two sisters, Michele O’Hanlon and Kathleen Gibowicz. Vincent completed his undergraduate degree from St. John’s University. He worked as a Transportation Security Inspector for LaGuardia Regulatory Field Office. Vincent was a devoted father and loving husband. He always wore a smile or had a joke handy. Vincent’s loved spending quality time with his young daughter, Kaitlyn. In lieu of flowers, donations in Vincent’s name may be made to the American Cancer Society at


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Tricia Gillis tricia

February 13, 2021

I always loved when you
were with your friends john rich. I will miss you lov you

Yani Echevarria

February 10, 2021

We will miss his friendship, his wit, his positive energy...everything. He was everyone's brother. The first to congratulate you on your accomplishments. The first to offer guidance and assistance. The first to ask about your family. The first to go out of his way to help. He was a great story teller. He had some hilarious stories. If he told you about the time he almost lost his hand on a table saw the first thing he would say..."I got it on video!" He shared wonderful stories about Kaitlyn and Brenda. Tooth fairies, bed time stories, zip lines, halloween contraptions...he loved his family so much and I know he will always protect them.
The picture included is when the job requested the VIN number off the windshield-- and they got "Vin on the windshield" -- his sense of humor was unmatched.

Brian Geraghty

February 7, 2021

I have great memories of Vincent. He had a great sense of humor. Vincent was always good to everybody he came in contact with. I always looked forward to seeing him when family events brought us together. He will surely be missed. He is one of the good guys absolutely one of the great guys!
I remember as a child how his father Vincent use to kid with me , pay attention to me. It made me feel great. Vincent inherited his fathers wit , sense of humor and good nature. People enjoyed being around Vincent.
Godbless Brenda and Kaitlyn, Aunt Kathleen ,Cousin Michelle ,Cousin Kathleen and all your families.
Love from Donna and Brian Geraghty

John & Breege Folliard

February 7, 2021

Sincere sympathy to all the family on Vincent's sudden passing have precious memories of him when he came to visit with his wife Brenda & his Mum they stayed here with us in Co. Mayo Ireland a few years ago May his gentle soul RIP God bless you all 🙏

Brian V. O’Hanlon

February 6, 2021

I will always miss the amazing times I had with Uncle Vincent at family gatherings and when he and I would hang out together. He would always come up with funny nicknames for me, my siblings, and my cousins when we visited. I miss you, my godfather, your happy-go-lucky spirit will live on in all of our hearts. I love you.

Michael O’Hanlon

February 6, 2021

Uncle Vincent was the best person to be around growing up. The countless memories, jokes will forever be with me. We love you Uncle Vincent.

Shannon O'Hanlon

February 6, 2021

Uncle Vincent has always been great for a joke. He was always looking for new ways to make us laugh. He brought joy to every holiday and family gathering. He loved his family very much. We will all miss him dearly.

Barb (McHugh) Piccininni

February 5, 2021

So sorry for your loss!!! Vincent was an influence in my life, like a big brother. Will always remember his smile, very quick whit, and heartfelt laugh. Sometime his jokes were super dry though!

Kevin Dowling

February 4, 2021

Vincent worked for me for seven years in the Facilities Service Unit in TSA LaGuardia Airport. While there he was my go to guy and quickly became my friend. He had such a calm demeanor and a great sense of humor.
He adored his wife Brenda and baby girl Kaitlyn. They were his life.
We will always miss Vince and he will never be forgotten.

Niamh Iriarte

February 4, 2021

My Mom and your Mom became fast friends at the Grover Cleveland swimming pool. We met during the Summer of 1978. Vinnie hung out with my brothers. I hung out with Kathleen. Your Mom and my Mom were both from Ireland and I believe your mother was a nurse just like my mother. Such a lovely family. My brothers and I extend our deepest condolences. He was a great guy.